People with dementia and their carers face many everyday challenges in living well with dementia.
This can include difficulty using technology, getting appropriate service in shops, banks and post offices and in using transport, going on holiday, maintaining social contact and hobbies. Although help from health and care services is vitally important, making it possible for people affected by dementia to live well will require help from people and organisations across society.
A strategic priority for Rotary will be working to create dementia friendly communities across Wales where many organisations, villages, towns and cities are already taking steps towards becoming or have an ambition to become dementia friendly.
more We support the development and delivery of intubation boxes to enable clinical procedures to resume during the Covid-19 crisis.
more We aim to serve the needs of communities around the Bay
more Every June we take 250-300 Special Needs Children from three Cardiff Schools on a special day out as part of the national Rotary Kids Out event.
more An annual event held in September to showcase 25 disability sports for schools and clubs at the Wales National Indoor Centre.
more We have been part funding the redevelopment of the old bowls pavilion at Grange Gardens as a community resource to help to bring together the many diverse cultures that exist in Grangetown.
more A simple idea but a potential life saver for vulnerable people and which is acknowledged by the emergency services. Look out for the little green crosses.
more We provide illustrated children's dictionaries to seven primary schools in our area.
more The Huggard Centre is a Cardiff-based charity tackling homelessness and seeking to overcome the problems and barriers that force individuals to sleep rough on our streets.
more We funded one of the first 'First Responder' bikes in Cardiff. This service is run by St John's to free up ambulances and reach emergency situations in the city centre quickly to save lives.
more Every year we put on the Christmas Party at Riverbank Special School in Ely.
more Regular support at the summer fete and a contribution to their tri-annual community news magazine
more The fun games for disabled clubs around the district. We support this event which is held in November each year with three members sitting on the district organising committee and running the table tennis tournament.